The Fair is underway, but there’s still much more fun to be had.
There are still more than three fun-believable days to be had at this year’s Jackson County Fair. From thrilling carnival rides by funtastic traveling shows to big name entertainers on stage, this year’s fair has something for everyone.
Take a stroll through the exhibit halls and animal barns and follow your nose to the food court where you will find all of your fair favorites and the chance to try some new ones. Admission is $11.00 for adults, $6.00 for kids six to eleven and seniors. Kids five and under and seniors over seventy-five are free. The Jackson County Fair wraps up on Sunday at 6 p.m.
A classic TV cartoon is coming to life on a Medford stage. “Fractured Fairy Tales”, right out of the vaults of “Rocky and Bullwinkle” is taking to the stage at the Randall Theatre of Medford. The show opens tonight at 7 p.m.
Come early at 5 p.m. for the Barbecue and special ceremony as the former Holly Theater marquee lights up for the first time at it’s new home at the Randall. “Fractured Fairy Tales” runs through July 29th. Reserved seating can be purchased on-line. “Pay what you want” tickets are available at the theatre box office thirty minutes before showtime.